Lucchimo says Sox have considerable confidence that Bradley/Bogaerts can be productive everyday players in 2014.
Boston Herald "Even before he made his major league debut in August, and especially after taking over at third base in the postseason, Xander Bogaerts has been causing a stir among Red Sox fans. But it’s barely a ripple compared to the hubbub in his country. In Aruba, it’s been Xandermonium. “It’s hectic..." October 29
Xander Bogaerts is in the lineup for the Red Sox tonight.
Boston Herald "In an attempt to awaken the Tigers' dormant offense manager Jim Leyland dropped leadoff hitter Austin Jackson to the No. 8 spot in the order for Game 4 here Wednesday night. It worked. Jackson reached base three times and drove in two runs in an ALCS-squaring 7-3 victory. It's your move John..." October 17
Boston Herald "Hours before the Red Sox started their series with the Baltimore Orioles Xander Bogaerts stepped to the plate at Fenway Park for the first time yesterday. And he did so with a clear mind. The rookie shortstop didn’t think about the high expectations hitting a pitch off the Green Monster for..." August 28
Boston Herald "Just because Xander Bogaerts did not factor into the Red Sox’ 3-2 loss to the Giants in a big way did not make him any less of a big deal last night.. He saved a run with a charge of a groundball to end the fifth and he went 0-for-3 with two groundouts and a whiff but perhaps the most telling..." August 21
"We're looking forward to the Bogaerts era" — John Farrell reiterates on Sirius that Xander Bogaerts starts tonight Stephen Drew sitting.
WEEI Boston "The time has come. The Red Sox made a host of roster changes shortly after midnight on Monday morning following their 9-6 loss to the Yankees. Most notably an industry source told WEEI.com that the team will call up shortstop and top prospect Xander Bogaerts to join them on the West Coast road..." August 19
Boston Herald "Any day now the email labeled “Red Sox Announce Roster Moves” will arrive from the PR staff with the news fans are dying to hear: Xander Bogaerts has been promoted. The slugging third baseman is the most exciting homegrown position prospect of the last 40 years more exciting than Nomar..." August 07
Philly.com "At 2:57 on a sunny Tuesday afternoon Michael Young was still a Phillie. He leaned over the dugout railing at an empty ballpark and stared at the field while grounds-crew members manicured the grass. He later practiced ground balls with Cody Asche a man 13 years younger who will steal most of his..." July 31
From every indication Phillies won't settle for anything less than Bogaerts at the head of any package for Lee
Xander Bogaerts is not being traded period
Boston Herald "With recent attention justifiably centered on keeping shortstop-third baseman Jose Iglesias on the major league roster and how that impacts third baseman Will Middlebrooks and shortstop Stephen Drew, the Red Sox made a move yesterday involving someone who may turn into the most important Red Sox..." June 14
Boston Herald "Xander Bogaerts grew up in Aruba and opened the past two seasons with Red Sox’ minor league teams in Greenville, S.C., and Salem, Va. Suffice it to say, the top prospect had never experienced the chill of Maine in April. “It was pretty cold, so I had a little tough time,” Bogaerts said by..." May 04
MassLive.com "Xander Bogaerts' first taste of major league spring training came to an end Monday afternoon, when the Red Sox reassigned him to minor league camp. Jonathan Diaz and Drew Sutton were also cut. Bogaerts struck out in his only at-bat Monday in a 12-9 road loss to the Orioles. He didn't end up..." May 04
Bangor Daily News "He is the youngest player on the Portland Sea Dogs roster. But shortstop Xander Bogaerts is also one of the Boston Red Sox’s top prospects. He is ranked the 20th top prospect in the MLB.com Top 100 Prospects list and eighth in the Baseball American Top 100 Prospects List. It’s easy to see..." May 04
Boston Globe "Red Sox prospect Xander Bogaerts is headed back to camp after being away since Feb. 24 for the World Baseball Classic. The 20-year-old will report to major league camp and spend at least a few more days with the Red Sox. "He'll remain in camp here for the time being just to get him back ......" March 20